Sunday 31 January 09:30      Bible with Breakfast 09:30      Choir Practice 11:00      Morning Worship 17:00      Merton Winter Night Shelter Monday 1 February 20:00      Badminton Tuesday 2 February 10:30      Lettings Team Wednesday 3 February 14:30      Wednesday Social Group 20:00      Elders’ Council Thursday 4 February 20:00, Read More

The Wednesday Social Group has been fortunate in securing our own Michael Young as their speaker for their next meeting on 3 February. He will be reminiscing about his recent trips down under, supported by some illustrations. The meeting will commence at 2.30pm in the Mansel Road Centre, and following the talk there will, Read More

  This cartoon originally appeared in the Church Times and is taken from ‘The Dave Walker Guide to the Church’, published by Canterbury Press.

A fresh new website for the Southern Synod has just been launched.  It’s hoped that it will become a more vibrant and useful resource for people in and outside the Synod. “From South London to Kent to parts of Surrey and Sussex, whether coastal or country, urban or suburban we are God’s people in 160, Read More

Could you swap your comfy bed for a cardboard box and a sleeping bag?  Sleep Easy invites you to do just that for one night (Friday 26 February) to raise awareness of homelessness in our community. Not only will this be a challenging and eye-opening experience through which you will be making a real, Read More

Sunday 24 January 09:30         Bible with Breakfast 11:00        Morning Worship Monday 25 January 20:00         Badminton Tuesday 26 January Wednesday 27 January Thursday 28 January 20:00         Finance Team Friday 29 January 10:00         Trinity Toddlers 10:00         Olive Branch Café 20:00         Friday Fellowship Saturday 30 January 16:00        ‘Supersonic’ music & song club Sunday 31, Read More

Thank you to all who contributed to our Christmas collections. The total amount collected was £1174 and this will be divided between Crisis and Faith in Action.

The Festival raised a total of £5,900 which is considered a tremendous result given it was its first year.  There were some significant initial set-up costs to absorb such as tree stands and electrical equipment.  These are non-recurring and with all of the help plus donations from Trinity volunteers means a final figure of, Read More